Over the years, there have been several TV shows on Indian television that have won a lot of followers. Fans still recall these series and their enduring personalities even after they were no longer on television. In terms of content, things have evolved with time, particularly in modern times. TV celebrities have been seen to be very open-minded and to enjoy trying out various positions that allow them to express their talent and originality.
Aside from the typical love storylines, several television programs have succeeded in establishing that love knows no bounds and no age, breaking the monotonous plot of the Hindi tv show that exposes a significant issue like age disparity. These love stories have no age limits.
1.*Na Umra Ki Seema Ho*- Starring Rachana Mistry and Iqbal khan in lead roles the Star Bharat show Na Umra Ki Seema Ho is a story of Vidhi a young woman, falls in love with Devratha a middled aged business tycoon. Together they embark on a journey of love and acceptance beyond the barrier of age.
2. *Dil Sambhal Jaa Zara*- Starring Smriti Kalra and Sanjay Kapoor, Dil Sambhal Ja Zara is a story of Ahana, a young girl navigating her life in urban India, gets caught in a web of relationships when she meets Anant, a middle-aged man.
3. *Aapke Aajane Se*- Aap Ke Aa Jane Se is a Hindi romantic drama television series starring Karan Jotwani and Suhasi Dhami in the lead. It is a love story between a 42-year-old middle class, conservative single mother, Vedika and a 24-year-old.
4. *Kehta hai Dil Jee Le Zara*- Starring Rushlaan Mumtaaz and Sangita Gosh the story of the show revolves around the life of 34-year-old women, Sanchi Prabhu, and Dhruv Goyal, a 27-year-old, charming, wealthy lawyer, arrives on holiday from Mumbai and stays with Sanchi's neighbor. Sanchi initially finds Dhruv irritating but they later become friends and realizing their love for each other.
5. *Molkki*- Starring Amar Upadhyay and Priyal Mahajan the story revolves around the tradition of ‘molkki’, where a young poor girl is married to an aged wealthy man in exchange of money. In real life too, Priyal Mahajan and Amar Upadhyay, who play the lead roles of Virender and Purvi, have an age gap of 25 years. Priyal is 19 and Amar is 44.